True Anomaly raises $100M to scale space security tech

True Anomaly has closed $100 million in new funding, a strong signal that the appetite for startups operating at the intersection of space and defense is far from abating. The new round was led by Rio

Oxide is the latest startup to try and bring the power of the cloud on prem

Over the years, we’ve seen a bunch of attempts to bring cloud-like functionality to the private data center, from Mesosphere to OpenStack, along with lots of other hardware and software experiments

EV boat startup Arc wades into watersports with $70M in fresh funding

Arc is making a splash with investors as it wraps up deliveries of its limited edition $300,000 electric boat and eyes its next target: watersports. And, specifically the kind that require a wake. The

Kaitlyn Glancy, long Flexport’s VP of North America, just joined the world of VC

Today, Kaitlyn Glancy, who has spent more than eight years with the logistics company Flexport — the last four of them as the outfit’s vice president of North America — is announcing

Chord connects new funding to predictive commerce metrics so brands can grow

Chord is growing into its machine learning-powered data infrastructure that provides brands with how key customer metrics change over time.

Eclipse Foods inks deal with Whole Foods for its plant-based ice cream

With demand for plant-based meat alternatives at an all-time high, Eclipse Foods is no doubt hoping to do for ice cream what companies like Impossible and Beyond have managed for the hamburger. Pre-pa

VC Lior Susan has a big idea that seems to be working: building next-generation industrial companies

Many investors in Silicon Valley are waiting for the next big platform. That’s fine with Lior Susan, a former Flex exec who in 2015 co-founded Eclipse Ventures with the legendary venture capital

No, shooting the eclipse will not break your iPhone

We've reached peak eclipse. It's coming in just a few hours and is all anyone is talking about (online and IRL). But there's one thing we've been hearing a lot of -- which is that taking a photograph

Crunch Report | SpaceX Launches and Recovers another Rocket

SpaceX launches and recovers another rocket, GoDaddy tells Daily Stormer to find a new domain provider, Amazon refunds fake eclipse glasses and OpenAI bot beats masters of Dota 2. All this on Crunch R

Microsoft joins the open-source Eclipse Foundation

Microsoft today announced that it is joining the Eclipse Foundation — the open source group that’s probably best known for its Eclipse IDE, but which also offers a number of other develope

Android vs. iOS Development: Fight!

The eternal startup question "Android or iOS first?" grows ever thornier, with <a href="

Icenium Cloud For Mobile App Development Seeks To Replace Visual Studio and Eclipse

<a target="_blank" href="">Telerik</a> has developed a service called <a target="_blank" href="">Icenium</a> to automate the otherwise tedious task of us

Video: The world's biggest yacht sets sail. It has lasers.

<img src="" />When you math types go to school and get your engineering degree, do you ever dream of working on something like the Eclipse

Yet another solar charging messenger bag

All the wanna be hipsters carry messenger bags and it’s easy to spot the geek wannabe hipster cause he’s touting a solar charging bag. Eclipse is helping out that demo with another bag tha

Sanyo Katana Eclipse on the way, launches on Bell Mobility

The Sanyo Katana was just one of those phones that just stayed on the shelves for way longer than anyone expected. But why? Sure, it had some pretty well-marketed TTY features, but that’s nothin